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The design of AGORA III by Naval Architect Francesco Rogantin and interior and exterior designer Luca Dini stems from the search for clean and streamlined external sporty lines whilst at the same time remaining elegant. AGORA III combines past with present and innovation with tradition.
AGORA III’s interior spaces are designed to create a strong interaction between interior and outdoor spaces, heightened by the direct contact with the sea thanks to special fold-out balconies on the main deck, providing the fantastic views while comfortably sitting in the main salon.
The full-width owner’s suite is located forward on the main deck together with a spacious bathroom and relaxation area with comfortable seating.
The layout of the guest cabins on the lower deck, was designed to house two large VIP cabins aft and two twins cabins each with a pullman bed so to accommodate up to a total of 12 guests in 5 cabins.
Once in the upper deck lounge, we find a private salon designed as a comfortable living area that turns into a cinema thanks to the retractable TV. Here, the large full-width aft windows open onto a spacious sun deck furnished with an outdoor dining area, a living area and sun loungers.
On the owner’s specific request, this semi-displacement superyacht aims at the best mix between performance and comfort with a particular focus on noise and vibration reduction. AGORA III’s reduced draft at only 2.3 metres enables her to reach secluded shallow coves. AGORA III is powered by two 1,920 hp MTUs, providing a top speed of 19 knots and a comfortable cruising speed of 18 knots. By reducing the speed to 12 knots, the predicted range reaches 3,800 nautical miles.
On the lower deck, the transom door folds down to create a large beach club. A dressing room and a day head adjacent to the beach area allow guests to fully enjoy this space. AGORA III is as good as new, and in immaculate condition for a new owner